Women and C.S. Lewis: What his life and literature reveal for today's culture PBBy: Carolyn Curtis, Mary Pomroy Key
A collection of interviews and essays from a group of distinguished scholars and bloggers writing on the theme of Lewis and women, in his life and writingsCritics say C.S. Lewis was sexist in his views on women. But was he? Opinion pieces by both prominent Lewis scholars and newer thinkers review Lewis's personal relationships with women and treatment of women in his writings. The book asks if Lewis's views are relevant or out of touch for the 21st Century. Invited contributors range from scholars to bloggers, so the writing is accessible to thoughtful readers and essential to academics. Writers include Alister McGrath, Randy Alcorn, Monika Hilder, Colin Duriez, Don King, Kathy Keller, Michael Ward, David C. Downing, Christin Ditchfield, Lyle Dorsett, Brett McCracken, Devin Brown, Jeanette Sears, Paul McCusker, John Stonestreet, Malcolm Guite, Joy Jordan-Lake and others. Editors are Carolyn Curtis, veteran journalist and book author; Mary Pomroy Key, director, special programs, C.S. Lewis Foundation.